- Jukebox Live £3.50 drinks until close from 9.30pm
- Twosdays 2-4-1 cocktails all night
- Winehouse Wednesday Any bottle of wine at house cost all night from 7pm
- Champagne & Cocktail Hour from 5pm to 7pm every day
Address: 113-117 Farringdon Road, corner of Ray St Farringdon, London, EC1R 3BX
Telephone: Click to show
Great for: Cocktails, Dancing, Date Night, Dinner With Friends, Drinks With Clients, Entertainment, Events 1-100, Events 101-300, Events 301+, Hen Do, Late Night, Something a little different, Steak
In a snapshot
Monday to Friday: 5pm to 1am
Saturday: Midday to 1am
Sunday: 1pm to 7pm
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Non-stop live music in the heart of Farringdon where 2 piano vocalists and accompanying musicians only play song requests by the audience. The Piano Works features a cocktail menu inspired by their 10 ten requested songs over the past 6 months.
Menus & Brochures
Set in a large Victorian listed landmark warehouse basement in the heart of Farringdon, The Piano Works is a live music venue, bar and restaurant. The concept involves two live pianists with accompanying musicians who play only songs requested by the audience.
Behind The Piano Works is serial restaurateur Alan Lorrimer whose vision is to revive the saloon concerts in pubs that preceded our Victorian Music Halls. ‘Singing is the primary form of our earliest human musical activity. It takes something incredibly intimate and personal, a sound or lyric that begins inside you and is then safely shared with a group of strangers that amazingly returns to you as harmony.” says Alan. With music at the core of The Piano Works, musical director Andy Pianoman Johnson, highly talented composer and pianist, employs expert musicians performing a continually current audience requested repertoire.
Run by expert cocktail maker and operations director Tristan Moffat, The Piano Works offers a long list of cocktails with a contemporary twist together with a food menu prepared by Head Chef Paul Casey who shelved his plans for his own eponymous non-pop up restaurant to join The Piano Works because of his lifelong love of live music.
The 400 capacity late night venue includes a party area holding up to 80 guests. The venue has a blend of Victorian industrial architecture with highly functional and operational elements, incorporating furniture by Devon heart of oak craftsman Marky Tungate combined with revolving big boy stools shipped from Chicago.
Private Parties: 400
Stand Up Reception: 400
ContactAddress: 113-117 Farringdon Road, corner of Ray St Farringdon, London, EC1R 3BX
Telephone: Click to show